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    Theoretical Evolutionary Ecology Group

    2019

    • Chaianunporn, T., and Hovestadt, T. (2019) Dispersal evolution in metacommunities of tri-trophic systems, Ecological Modelling395, 28-38.
       
    • Mooij, W. M., van Wijk, D., Beusen, A. H. W., Brederveld, R. J., Chang, M., Cobben, M. M. P., DeAngelis, D. L., Downing, A. S., Green, P., Gsell, A. S., Huttunen, I., Janse, J. H., Janssen, A. B. G., Hengeveld, G. M., Kong, X., Kramer, L., Kuiper, J. J., Langan, S. J., Nolet, B. A., Nuijten, R. J. M., Strokal, M., Troost, T. A., van Dam, A. A., and Teurlincx, S. (2019) Modeling water quality in the Anthropocene: directions for the next-generation aquatic ecosystem models, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability36, 85 - 95.
       

    2018

    • Degen, J., Hovestadt, T., Storms, M., and Menzel, R. (2018) Exploratory behavior of re-orienting foragers differs from other flight patterns of honeybees, PLOS ONE, Public Library of Science13, 1-14.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Liebig, J., Mitesser, O., and Poethke, H. J. (2018) Eusociality outcompetes egalitarian and solitary strategies when resources are limited and reproduction is costly, Ecology and Evolution.
       
    • Hillaert, J., Vandegehuchte, M. L., Hovestadt, T., and Bonte, D. (2018) Information use during movement regulates how fragmentation and loss of habitat affect body size, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London (B)285.
       
    • Hillaert, J., Hovestadt, T., Vandegehuchte, M. L., and Bonte, D. (2018) Size-dependent movement explains why bigger is better in fragmented landscapes, Ecology and Evolution8, 10754–10767.
       
    • Hovestadt, T., Degen, T., and Mitesser, O. (2018) Suitable triggers for timing the transition from worker to sexual production in annual eusocial insects, Insectes Sociaux.
       
    • Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., Poethke, A., and Holzschuh, A. (2018) Explaining the variability in the response of annual eusocial insects to mass-flowering events, Journal of Animal Ecology.
       
    • Ramakers, J. J. C., Cobben, M. M. P., Bijma, P., Reed, T. E., Visser, M. E., and Gienapp, P. (2018) Maternal Effects in a Wild Songbird Are Environmentally Plastic but Only Marginally Alter the Rate of Adaptation, The American Naturalist191.
       
    • Schenk, M., Mitesser, O., Hovestadt, T., and Holzschuh, A. (2018) Overwintering temperature and body condition shift emergence dates of spring-emerging solitary bees, PeerJ, PeerJ6, e4721.
       

    2017

    • Cobben, M. M. P., Mitesser, O., and Kubisch, A. (2017) Evolving mutation rate advances the invasion speed of a sexual species, BMC Evolutionary Biology17, 1-10.
       
    • Cobben, M. M. P., and van Noordwijk, A. J. (2017) Consequences of the genetic threshold model for observing partial migration under climate change scenarios, Ecology and Evolutionn/a--n/a.
       
    • Degen, T., Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., and Hölker, F. (2017) Altered sex-specific mortality and female mating success: ecological effects and evolutionary responses, Ecosphere8, e01820--n/a.
       
    • Frank, E. T., Schmitt, T., Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., Stiegler, J., and Linsenmair, K. E. (2017) Saving the injured: Rescue behavior in the termite-hunting ant Megaponera analis, Science Advances, American Association for the Advancement of Science3.
       
    • Groot, M. P., Kubisch, A., Ouborg, N. J., Pagel, J., Schmid, K. J., Vergeer, P., and Lampei, C. (2017) Transgenerational effects of mild heat in Arabidopsis thaliana show strong genotype specificity that is explained by climate at origin, New Phytologist.
       
    • Lakovic, M., Mitesser, O., and Hovestadt, T. (2017) Mating timing, dispersal and local adaptation in patchy environments, Oikos, Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
       
    • Lameris, T. K., Scholten, I., Bauer, S., Cobben, M. M. P., Ens, B. J., and Nolet, B. A. (2017) Potential for an Arctic-breeding migratory bird to adjust spring migration phenology to Arctic amplification, Global Change Biology1-11.
       
    • Markó, V., Elek, Z., Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Kőrösi, Á., Somay, L., Földesi, R., Varga, Á., Iván, Á., and Báldi, A. (2017) Landscapes, orchards, pesticides–Abundance of beetles (Coleoptera) in apple orchards along pesticide toxicity and landscape complexity gradients, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment247, 246-254.
       
    • Mitesser, O., Poethke, H. -J., Strohm, E., and Hovestadt, T. (2017) The evolution of simultaneous progressive provisioning revisited: extending the model to overlapping generations, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology71, 127.
       
    • Osváth-Ferencz, M., Bonelli, S., Nowicki, P., Peregovits, L., Rákosy, L., Sielezniew, M., Kostro-Ambroziak, A., Dziekańska, I., and Kőrösi, Á. (2017) Population demography of the endangered large blue butterfly Maculinea arion in Europe, Journal of Insect Conservation21, 411-422.
       

    2016

    • Degen, T., Mitesser, O., Perkin, E. K., Weiß, N. -S., Oehlert, M., Mattig, E., and Hölker, F. (2016) Street lighting: sex-independent impacts on moth movement, Journal of Animal Ecology85, 1352--1360.
       
    • Kubisch, A., Winter, A. -M., and Fronhofer, E. A. (2016) The downward spiral: eco-evolutionary feedback loops lead to the emergence of ‘elastic’ ranges, Ecography39, 261--269.
       
    • Poethke, H. J., Hovestadt, T., and Mitesser, O. (2016) The evolution of optimal emergence times: Bet hedging and the quest for an ideal free temporal distribution of individuals, Oikos.
       
    • Poethke, H. J., Kubisch, A., Mitesser, O., and Hovestadt, T. (2016) The evolution of density-dependent dispersal under limited information, Ecological Modelling338, 1--10.
       
    • Szépligeti, M., Kőrösi, Á., Szentirmai, I., Házi, J., Bartha, D., and Bartha, S. (2016) Evaluating alternative mowing regimes for conservation management of Central European mesic hay meadows: A field experiment, Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology1-8.
       
    • Szigeti, V., Kőrösi, Á., Harnos, A., Nagy, J., and Kis, J. (2016) Comparing two methods for estimating floral resource availability for insect pollinators in semi-natural habitats., Annales de la Société entomologique de France (N.S.)52, 289-299.
       
    • Szigeti, V., Kőrösi, Á., Harnos, A., Nagy, J. N., and Kis, J. N. (2016) Measuring floral resource availability for insect pollinators in temperate grasslands - a review: Measuring floral resource availability, Ecological Entomology41, 231--240.
       
    • Verriest, E. I., Dirr, G., Helmke, U., and Mitesser, O. (2016) Explicitly solvable bilinear optimal control problems with applications in ecology. In Proceedings of the 22nd International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (Georgiou, T. T., Ed.), pp 538-541, University of Minnesota.
       

    2015

    • Chaianunporn, T., and Hovestadt, T. (2015) Evolutionary responses to climate change in parasitic systems, Global Change Biology21, 2905--2916.
       
    • Degen, T., Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., and Hölker, F. (2015) High female survival promotes evolution of protogyny and sexual conflict, PLoS ONE10, e0118354.
       
    • Földesi, R., Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Kőrösi, Á., Somay, L., Elek, Z., Markó, V., Sárospataki, M., Bakos, R., Varga, Á., Nyisztor, K., and Báldi, A. (2015) Relationships between wild bees, hoverflies and pollination success in apple orchards with different landscape contexts: Importance of wild pollinators in apple orchards, Agricultural and Forest Entomology18, 68-75.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Joachim Poethke, H., and Dieckmann, U. (2015) Evolution of dispersal distance: Maternal investment leads to bimodal dispersal kernels, Journal of Theoretical Biology365, 270--279.
       
    • Joschinski, J., Krauss, J., and Hovestadt, T. (2015) Coping with shorter days: Do phenology shifts constrain aphid fitness?, PeerJ3, e1103.
       
    • Lakovic, M., Poethke, H. -J., and Hovestadt, T. (2015) Dispersal timing: Emigration of insects living in patchy environments, PLOS ONE10, e0128672.
       
    • Mitesser, O., Kőrösi, Á., Hovestadt, T., Möhringer, P., and Bohn, G. (2015) 3D Flight Path Tracking of Butterflies by Image Processing, International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering Systems6, 29--31.
       
    • Poethke, H. J., Kubisch, A., Mitesser, O., and Hovestadt, T. (2015) The Adequate Use of Limited Information in Dispersal Decisions, The American Naturalist187, 136--142.
       

    2014

    • Boeye, J., Kubisch, A., and Bonte, D. (2014) Habitat structure mediates spatial segregation and therefore coexistence, Landscape Ecology29, 593--604.
       
    • Cotto, O., Kubisch, A., Ronce, O., Gardner, A. E. : A., and Day, E. : T. (2014) Optimal life-history strategy differs between philopatric and dispersing individuals in a metapopulation, The American Naturalist183, 384--393.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Stelz, J. M., Lutz, E., Poethke, H. J., and Bonte, D. (2014) Spatially correlated extinctions select for less emigration but larger dispersal distances in the Spider Mite Tetranychus Urticae, Evolution68, 1838--1844.
       
    • Fuisz, T. I., Vas, Z., Túri, K., and Kőrösi, Á. (2014) Photographic survey of the prey-choice of European Bee-eaters (Merops apiaster Linnaeus, 1758) in Hungary at three colonies, Ornis Hungarica21, 38--46.
       
    • Hovestadt, T., Mitesser, O., and Poethke, H. -J. (2014) Gender-Specific Emigration Decisions Sensitive to Local Male and Female Density, The American Naturalist184, 38--51.
       
    • Kőrösi, Á., Szentirmai, I., Batáry, P., Kövér, S., Örvössy, N., and Peregovits, L. (2014) Effects of timing and frequency of mowing on the threatened scarce large blue butterfly – A fine-scale experiment, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment196, 24--33.
       
    • Kubisch, A., and Fronhofer, E. A. (2014) Dispersal, evolution and range dynamics – a synthesis, Oikos123, 3--4.
       
    • Kubisch, A., Holt, R. D., Poethke, H. -J., and Fronhofer, E. A. (2014) Where am I and why? Synthesizing range biology and the eco-evolutionary dynamics of dispersal, Oikos123, 5--22.
       
    • Riedinger, V., Mitesser, O., Hovestadt, T., Steffan-Dewenter, I., and Holzschuh, A. (2014) Annual dynamics of wild bee densities: attractiveness and productivity effects of oilseed rape, Ecology96, 1351--1360.
       
    • Szentirmai, I., Mesterházy, A., Varga, I., Schubert, Z., Sándor, L. C., Ábrahám, L., and Kőrösi, Á. (2014) Habitat use and population biology of the Danube Clouded Yellow butterfly Colias myrmidone (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) in Romania, Journal of Insect Conservation18, 417--425.
       

    2013

    • Bartoń, K. A., and Hovestadt, T. (2013) Prey density, value, and spatial distribution affect the efficiency of area-concentrated search, Journal of Theoretical Biology316, 61--69.
       
    • Benadi, G., Blüthgen, N., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. -J. (2013) When can plant-pollinator interactions promote plant diversity?, The American Naturalist182, 131--146.
       
    • Benadi, G., Blüthgen, N., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. -J. (2013) Contrasting specialization–stability relationships in plant–animal mutualistic systems, Ecological Modelling258, 65--73.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. -J. (2013) From random walks to informed movement, Oikos122, 857--866.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Sperr, E. B., Kreis, A., Ayasse, M., Poethke, H. J., and Tschapka, M. (2013) Picky hitch-hikers: vector choice leads to directed dispersal and fat-tailed kernels in a passively dispersing mite, Oikos122, 1254--1264.
       
    • Heidinger, I. M. M., Hein, S., Feldhaar, H., and Poethke, H. -J. (2013) The genetic structure of populations of Metrioptera bicolor in a spatially structured landscape: effects of dispersal barriers and geographic distance, Conservation Genetics14, 299--311.
       
    • Kubisch, A., Degen, T., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. J. (2013) Predicting range shifts under global change: the balance between local adaptation and dispersal, Ecography36, 873--882.
       
    • Kubisch, A., Fronhofer, E. A., Poethke, H. J., and Hovestadt, T. (2013) Kin competition as a major driving force for invasions, The American Naturalist181, 700--706.
       
    • Travis, J. M. J., Delgado, M., Bocedi, G., Baguette, M., Bartoń, K., Bonte, D., Boulangeat, I., Hodgson, J. A., Kubisch, A., Penteriani, V., Saastamoinen, M., Stevens, V. M., and Bullock, J. M. (2013) Dispersal and species’ responses to climate change, Oikos122, 1532--1540.
       

    2012

    • Fronhofer, E. A., Kubisch, A., Hilker, F. M., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. J. (2012) Why are metapopulations so rare?, Ecology93, 1967--1978.
       
    • Kőrösi, Á., Batáry, P., Orosz, A., Rédei, D., and Báldi, A. (2012) Effects of grazing, vegetation structure and landscape complexity on grassland leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) and true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Hungary, Insect Conservation and Diversity5, 57--66.
       
    • Kőrösi, Á., Örvössy, N., Batáry, P. T., Harnos, A., and Peregovits, L. S. (2012) Different habitat selection by two sympatric Maculinea butterflies at small spatial scale, Insect Conservation and Diversity5, 118--126.
       
    • Örvössy, N., Kőrösi, Á., Batáry, P., Vozár, Á., and Peregovits, L. (2012) Potential metapopulation structure and the effects of habitat quality on population size of the endangered False Ringlet butterfly, Journal of Insect Conservation17, 537--547.
       
    • Reifenrath, K., Becker, C., and Poethke, H. J. (2012) Diaspore trait preferences of dispersing ants, Journal of Chemical Ecology38, 1093--1104.
       

    2011

    • Chaianunporn, T., and Hovestadt, T. (2011) The role of mobility for the emergence of diversity in victim-exploiter systems, Journal of Evolutionary Biology24, 2473--2484.
       
    • Chipperfield, J. D., Dytham, C., and Hovestadt, T. (2011) An updated algorithm for the generation of neutral landscapes by spectral synthesis, Plos One6, e17040.
       
    • Chipperfield, J. D., Holland, E. P., Dytham, C., Thomas, C. D., and Hovestadt, T. (2011) On the approximation of continuous dispersal kernels in discrete-space models: Approximating continuous dispersal on lattices, Methods in Ecology and Evolution2, 668--681.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Kubisch, A., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. -J. (2011) Assortative mating counteracts the evolution of dispersal polymorphisms, Evolution65, 2461--2469.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Pasurka, H., Mitesser, O., and Poethke, H. J. (2011) Scarce resources, risk sensitivity, and egalitarian resource sharing, Evolutionary Ecology Research13, 253--267.
       
    • Fronhofer, E. A., Pasurka, H., Poitrineau, K., Mitesser, O., and Poethke, H. -J. (2011) Risk sensitivity revisited: from individuals to populations, Animal Behaviour82, 875--883.
       
    • Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Kőrösi, Á., Orci, K. M., Batáry, P., and Báldi, A. (2011) Set-aside promotes insect and plant diversity in a Central European country, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment141, 296--301.
       
    • Kubisch, A., and Poethke, H. -J. (2011) Range border formation in a world with increasing climatic variance, Evolutionary Ecology Research13, 159--169.
       
    • Kubisch, A., Poethke, H. -J., and Hovestadt, T. (2011) Density-dependent dispersal and the formation of range borders., Ecography34, 1002--1008.
       
    • Poethke, H. J., Dytham, C., and Hovestadt, T. (2011) A metapopulation paradox: Partial improvement of habitat may reduce metapopulation persistence, American Naturalist177, 792--799.
       
    • Weissel, N., Mitesser, O., Poethke, H. -J., and Strohm, E. (2011) Availability and depletion of fat reserves in halictid foundress queens with a focus on solitary nest founding, Insectes Sociaux59, 67--74.
       

    2010

    • Hovestadt, T., Kubisch, A., and Poethke, H. -J. (2010) Information processing in models for density-dependent emigration: A comparison, Ecological Modelling221, 405--410.
       
    • Kubisch, A., Hovestadt, T., and Poethke, H. -J. (2010) On the elasticity of range limits during periods of expansion, Ecology91, 3094--3099.
       
    • Örvössy, N., Vozár, Á., Kőrösi, Á., Batáry, P., and Peregovits, L. (2010) Structure and size of a threatened population of the False Ringlet Coenonympha oedippus (FABRICIUS, 1787)(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in Hungary, Oedipus26, 31--37.
       
    • Poethke, H.  J., Weisser, W.  W., and Hovestadt, T. (2010) Predator‐Induced Dispersal and the Evolution of Conditional Dispersal in Correlated Environments, The American Naturalist175, 577--586.
       
    • Schroeder, J., Mitesser, O., Hinsch, M., Solow, A. E. : A. R., and Shaw, E. : R. G. (2010) Correlations between Sequential Timing Decisions Do Not Necessarily Indicate Strategic Behavior: A Comment on Bêty et al., American Naturalist176, 835--837.
       

    2009

    • Hein, S., Poethke, H. -J., and Dorn, S. (2009) What stops the ‘diploid male vortex’?—A simulation study for species with single locus complementary sex determination, Ecological Modelling220, 1663--1669.
       
    • Randlkofer, B., Jordan, F., Mitesser, O., Meiners, T., and Obermaier, E. (2009) Effect of vegetation density, height, and connectivity on the oviposition pattern of the leaf beetle Galeruca tanaceti, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata132, 134--146.
       

    2008

    • Batáry, P., Örvössy, N., Kőrösi, Á., and Peregovits, L. (2008) Egg distribution of the southern festoon (Zerynthia polyxena)(Lepidoptera, Papilionidae), Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientarum Hungaricae54, 401--410.
       
    • Batáry, P., Kőrösi, Á., Örvössy, N., Kövér, S., and Peregovits, L. (2008) Species-specific distribution of two sympatric Maculinea butterflies across different meadow edges, Journal of Insect Conservation13, 223--230.
       
    • Heisswolf, A., Reichmann, S., Poethke, H. J., Schröder, B., and Obermaier, E. (2008) Habitat quality matters for the distribution of an endangered leaf beetle and its egg parasitoid in a fragmented landscape, Journal of Insect Conservation13, 165--175.
       
    • Kőrösi, Á., Örvössy, N., Batáry, P., Kövér, S., and Peregovits, L. (2008) Restricted within-habitat movement and time-constrained egg laying of female Maculinea rebeli butterflies, Oecologia156, 455--464.
       
    • Obermaier, E., Heisswolf, A., Poethke, H. J., Randlkofer, B., and Meiners, T. (2008) Plant architecture and vegetation structure: two ways for insect herbivores to escape parasitism, European Journal of Entomology105, 233.
       
    • Pfenning, B., Gerstner, S., and Poethke, H. J. (2008) Alternative life histories in the water strider Gerris lacustris: time constraint on wing morph and voltinism, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata129, 235--242.
       

    2007

    • Batáry, P., Örvössy, N., Kőrösi, Á., Nagy, M. V., and Peregovits, L. (2007) Microhabitat preferences of Maculinea teleius (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in a mosaic landscape, European Journal of Entomology104, 731.
       
    • Hein, S., Binzenhöfer, B., Poethke, H. -J., Biedermann, R., Settele, J., and Schröder, B. (2007) The generality of habitat suitability models: A practical test with two insect groups, Basic and Applied Ecology8, 310--320.
       
    • Heisswolf, A., Ulmann, S., Obermaier, E., Mitesser, O., and Poethke, H. J. (2007) Host plant finding in the specialised leaf beetle Cassida canaliculata: an analysis of small-scale movement behaviour, Ecological Entomology32, 194--200.
       
    • Hinsch, M., and Poethke, H. -J. (2007) Consequences of cyclic vegetation management for arthropod survival: Simulation experiments, Basic and Applied Ecology8, 321--331.
       
    • Kleyer, M., Biedermann, R., Henle, K., Obermaier, E., Poethke, H. -J., Poschlod, P., Schröder, B., Settele, J., and Vetterlein, D. (2007) Mosaic cycles in agricultural landscapes of Northwest Europe, Basic and Applied Ecology8, 295--309.
       
    • Mitesser, O., Weissel, N., Strohm, E., and Poethke, H. J. (2007) Optimal investment allocation in primitively eusocial bees: a balance model based on resource limitation of the queen, Insectes Sociaux54, 234--241.
       

    2006

    • Hein, S., Voss, J., Poethke, H. -J., and Boris, S. (2006) Habitat suitability models for the conservation of thermophilic grasshoppers and bush crickets—simple or complex?, Journal of Insect Conservation11, 221.
       
    • Heisswolf, A., Poethke, H. J., and Obermaier, E. (2006) Multitrophic influences on egg distribution in a specialized leaf beetle at multiple spatial scales, Basic and Applied Ecology7, 565--576.
       
    • Hilker, F. M., Hinsch, M., and Poethke, H. J. (2006) Parameterizing, evaluating and comparing metapopulation models with data from individual-based simulations, Ecological Modelling199, 476--485.
       
    • Pfenning, B., and Poethke, H. J. (2006) Variability in the life history of the water strider Gerris lacustris (Heteroptera: Gerridae) across small spatial scales, Ecological Entomology31, 123--130.
       
    • Weissel, N., Mitesser, O., Liebig, J., Poethke, H. -J., and Strohm, E. (2006) The influence of soil temperature on the nesting cycle of the halictid bee Lasioglossum malachurum, Insectes Sociaux53, 390--398.
       

    2005

    • Heisswolf, A., Obermaier, E., and Poethke, H. J. (2005) Selection of large host plants for oviposition by a monophagous leaf beetle: nutritional quality or enemy-free space?, Ecological Entomology30, 299--306.
       

    2004

    • Liebig, J., and Poethke, H. -J. (2004) Queen lifespan and colony longevity in the ant Harpegnathos saltator, Ecological Entomology29, 203--207.
       

    2001

    • Rolff, J., Vogel, C., and Poethke, H. -J. (2001) Co-evolution between ectoparasites and their insect hosts: a simulation study of a damselfly–water mite interaction, Ecological Entomology26, 638--645.
       

    2000

    • Hovestadt, T., Poethke, H. J., and Messner, S. (2000) Variability in dispersal distances generates typical successional patterns: a simple simulation model, Oikos90, 612--619.
       

    1999

    • Hovestadt, T., Yao, P., and Linsenmair, K. E. (1999) Seed dispersal mechanisms and the vegetation of forest islands in a West African forest-savanna mosaic (Comoe National Park, Ivory Coast), Plant Ecology144, 1--25.
       
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